|The Sleeping Tiger - Victor Hanbury|
A British psychological suspense drama with an Anglo-American-Canadian primary cast - Dirk Bogarde, Alexis Smith and Alexander Knox. Directed by Joseph Losey (as Victor Hanbury) Released in 1954. 2 minutes are missing. CAST NOTE: Alexander Knox is best known in the US for playing the title role in the presidential biopic, "Wilson."
Keywords: Dramas; suspense dramas; Dirk Bogarde; Alexis Smith; Alexander Knox
|THE PHANTOM video quality upgrade - Louis Weiss|
This print is a bit sharper and with a cleaner audio tack. A mystery that opens with a jail break and ends in a lunatic asylum, with lots of old dark house goings on in between. If you don't take this one seriously you're likely to have some fun. Directed by Alan James (as Alvin J Neitz). Released in 1931. complete print
Keywords: mysteries; old dark houses; Guinn Williams; Allene Ray; Niles Welch
|The Intruder 1933 - M H Hoffman Jr|
Some will say this is a murder mystery. Others will claim it's an adventure. Still others will insist it's a comedy. But no one can deny this is a whacky movie. Directed by Albert Ray. Released in 1933. 2nd release edit?
Keywords: Mysteries; adventures; comedies; ship wrecks; gorilla suits; Monte Blue; Lila Lee; William Davidson; Mischa Auer
Downloads: 444 (1 review)
|Murder in Soho - Walter C Mycroft|
A British gangster flick with an Anglo-American cast, a balalaika band and a dance floor OSHA would never approve. In other words, there is plenty of comedy relief. Directed by Norman Lee. UK release 1939. US release 1940. a.k.a. "Murder in the Night" (US) complete print (minus a few missing frames) CAST NOTE: James Hayter is best known for playing the title role in "The Pickwick Papers." (1952)
Keywords: dramas; comedies; gangsters; Jack LaRue; Sandra Storme; Bernard Lee; James Hayter
|Sky Racket - Sam Katzman (uncredited)|
An adventure with a runaway bride, crooks, radio waves shooting down mail planes, tap-dancing, etc.. Hey, it was the '30s when anything could happen. Stars Herman Brix (a.k.a. Bruce Bennett) and Joan Barklay. Future Oscar winner Hattie McDaniels appears in a minor role. Remake of "Ghost Patrol," which also is available here at IA. Directed by Sam Katzman Released in 1937 a.k.a. "Flight Into Danger" (UK) 90 seconds are missing CAST NOTE: Brix and Barklay are also paired in "Amateur Crook," which ...
Keywords: adventures; radio death rays; Herman Brix; Joan Barklay; Monte Blue; Hattie McDaniels
Downloads: 397 (1 review)
|Shocker Internet Drive In - Week 49: "A Wild - Wilder" Double Feature|
Hellooooo and welcome back to everyone's favorite shocking internet drive-in! Well with summer in full swing (at least here in that wonderland of confusion - the good ol' USA), we thought it might be appropriate to chill things out a bit with some snow and surf. And what better way to chill things out than with two more classics brought to us by that film entrepreneur, W. Lee Wilder! First up, after some "serial" fun and a jiving cartoon, Billy's older brother brings us 1954's "The Snow Creature...
Keywords: Lon Chaney Jr; W. Lee Wilder; drive in; horror; sci fi; Yeti
|Queen of the Jungle - H A Wohl|
An adventure serial in 12 chapters that is a mind-boggling mix of new sound footage with footage from the silent serial "The Jungle Goddess." All 12 chapters are strung together in one file, which might make this the longest unintentionally hilarious movie in history. Good luck in getting through all 3 hours and 17 minutes with your reason intact! (The producer asks you to please ignore the sound stage wall that is plainly visible behind the fake foliage in the sound footage.) Directed by Robert...
Keywords: serials; matinee serials; adventures; Jungle girls; Mary Korman; Marilyn Spinner; Reed Howes
|Hell in a Circus - Victor Schertzinger (uncredited)|
Life in an itinerant theatrical troupe. A well-acted and well-produced pre-code drama which touches on infidelity and illegitimacy (by '30s standards). The final scenes might be considered an unintentional prediction of the 1944 Hartford circus tragedy. Directed by Victor Schertzinger. Released in 1933. a.k.a. "The Constant Woman". complete print.
Keywords: dramas; theatrical troupe; pre code; Conrad Nagel; Leila Hyams; Tommy Conion
|Exposure 1932 - Sigmund Neufield|
A hotshot reporter saves a failing newspaper while personally fighting alcoholism. Directed by Norman Hudson. Released in 1932. Possibly a 2nd-release edit
Keywords: dramas; newspapers; scandal sheets; pre code; Lila Lee; Walter Dyron; Tully Marshall
|Gigolettes of Paris - Larry Darmour|
A low-budget, pre-code romantic drama about young ladies on the loose in Paris. Directed by Alphonse Martell. Released in 1933. a.k.a. "Tarnished Youth" (UK). 2 minutes are missing.
Keywords: dramas; romantic dramas; pre code; Madge Bellamy; Gilbert Roland; Natalie Moorhead
|Picfixer Feature Film Collection|
All film genres welcome here.
Keywords: feature films; picfixer
|The Little American - Cecil B Demille|
During the first world war, a young American woman's boat is torpedoed by a German U-Boat. When she manages to return to her ancestral country of France, she witnesses the German atrocities first hand.This is Wallace Beery's first screen appearance (he plays a German soldier)Stars: Mary Pickford, Jack Holt, Hobart Bosworth, Ben AlexanderDirected by Cecil B DemilleAn Artcraft Picture
Keywords: war; world war I; first world war; france; germany; america; u boat; torpedo; silent film; feture film; mary pickford; cecil b demille; Jack Holt; Ben Alexander; Hobart Bosworth; Wallace Beery
Downloads: 685 (1 review)
|Romance Of The Redwoods - Cecil B Demille|
During the California gold rush, a young woman travels to the west coast to live with her uncle. When she arrives she discovers he has been killed by the natives and his identity and property taken by a notorious outlaw.Stars Mary PickfordProduced and Directed by Cecil B DemilleAn Artcraft Picture
Keywords: Mary Pickford; Cecil B Demille; Artcraft Pictures; identity; murder; revenge; criminal; outlaw; vigilante; California; gold rush; silent film; feature film
Downloads: 568 (1 review)
|Creature From The Haunted Sea 16x 9|
This is the 75 minute TV version of Roger Corman's (and Charles Griffin's) goofy self-parody "Creature from the Haunted Sea." For television, Monte Hellman wrote, produced and directed about 15 minutes of new footage to get the film up to a marketable length including an absurd theme song as performed by the wonderful Betsy Jones-Moreland. These scenes, presumably shot in 16mm, were never intended for theatrical release, but crop to a 16 x 9 aspect ratio (along with the rest of the film) as thou...
Keywords: Roger Corman; Charles B. Griffin; Robert Towne; Monte Hellman; Sci-Fi; Monster Movies; Filmgroup; Antony Carbone; Betsy Jones-Moreland
|The Cheat - Cecil B Demille|
1915 silent film directed by Cecil B Demille starring Fannie Ward. This film was selected for preservation in America's "National Film Registry".A desperate socialite turns to a Burnese Ivory trader after she is almost found out for embezzling funds from her charity.
Keywords: crime; silent film; feature film; fannie ward; cecil b demille; jesse lasky; paramount pictures; socialite; charity; embezzlement; theft; caught; desperate; silent film; feature film; paramount pictures; cecil b demille; fannie ward
|Carmen - Cecil B Demille|
Cecil B Demille's 1915 film of Prosper Merimee's 1845 novella (which was the basis of Bizet's famous opera.)Carmen, a gypsy woman, seduced lawyer Don Jose in an attempt to assist her clan's smuggling trade. Don Jose is obsessed with Carmen and turns to crime to maintain her attentions.
Keywords: crime; carmen; don jose; prosper merimee; cecil b demille; jesse lasky; romance; obsession; love; silent film; feature film; gypsy; paramount pictures
|The Virginian - Cecil B Demille|
Cecil B Demille's silent feature film version of Owen Wister's novel "The Virginian" starring Dustin Farnum. A cowboy romances the local school teacher and helps apprehend a gang of cattle rustlers.
Keywords: cecil b demille; jess lasky; paramount; famous players; silent film; feature film; western; dustin farnum; silent film; feature film; paramount; jesse lasky
Downloads: 584 (1 review)
|The Squaw Man - Cecil B Demille|
Cecil B Demille's first feature film as a director and producer From Wikipedia: Directed by Oscar Apfel and Cecil B. DeMille and produced by DeMille and Jesse L. Lasky, the screenplay was adapted by Beulah Marie Dix from the 1905 stage play, of the same name, written by Edwin Milton Royle. This first screen version of the story was the legendary DeMille's first movie assignment. It also holds the distinction of being the first feature-length movie filmed specifically in Hollywood...
Keywords: silent; cecil b demille; jesse lasky; paramount
Downloads: 517 (1 review)
|The Mistress of Atlantis - Seymour Nebenzal|
A surreal fantasy adventure adapted from Pierre Benot's novel, "L'Atlantide," which has a superficial resemblance to H Rider Haggard's "She." Directed by George Wilhelm Pabst UK release 1932 US release 1939 a.k.a. "The Lost Atlantis" (US) and "L'Atlantide" (FR) 5 minutes are missing. PRODUCTION NOTE: The English dialog for this version was written by Miles Mander, who became a noted character actor in British and American films...
Keywords: adventures; fantasies; Atlantis; Brigitte Helm; John Stuart; Tela Tchai
|The Fire-Trap - Larry Darmour|
An insurance appraiser (Norman Foster) falls for the spoiled niece (Evalyn Knapp) of an industrialist involved in insurance fraud. There is a strong reference to the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory tragedy. Directed by Bert P Lynwood. Released in 1935. a.k.a. "Firetrap" Complete print. CAST NOTE: Foster and Knapp also costar in the highly regarded "Ladies Crave Excitement," which is available here at IA.
Keywords: Dramas; crime dramas; the Triangle fire; Norman Foster; Evalyn Knapp; Sidney Blackmer
Downloads: 448 (1 review)
|Forbidden Jungle - Jack Schwartz|
An African Jungle adventure with a guy in a gorilla suit; an underweight Tarzan clone; a jungle girl; chimps; a visiting tiger; ethnically confused African natives; and lots of stock footage. Don't ask about the screenplay. Directed by Robert Emmett Tansey. Released in 1950. Complete print.
Keywords: adventures; jungle adventures; gorilla suits; Don Harvey; Forrest Taylor; Alyce Lewis; Tamba (the chimp)
Downloads: 1,136 (1 review)
|The Double Incarnation of William Sheep - Georges-André Lacroix|
For many years believed to be a lost film.Digitally remastered from a misidentified8mm home movie print.A young gambler plays a game of chess against his creditor in order to clear his debts. Whilst playing he falls into a dream where he encounters a mysterious man who has the power to take his identity.This 1913 French film followed hot on the heels of the similarly themed German classic "The Student of Prague".New titles, Tinting © 2014 The Video Cellar...
Keywords: silent; lost film; student of prague; doppleganger; double; stolne identity
|Killers From Space|
This is a surreal little movie by Billy Wilder's much-less talented older brother, W. Lee Wilder. It was originally released in a 1:85 aspect ratio. This is an attempt to recreate the original aspect ratio using the best public domain print I could find. The 16mm print seemed to be already slightly cropped and a true 1:85 ratio looked too cramped. This version has been blown-up and cropped at about 1:75, not the correct ratio, but much closer to the intended composition.Killers from SpaceKillers...
Keywords: Killers from Space; 1950s Sci-Fi; W. Lee Wilder; Peter Graves
|War Of The Monsters|
This is the AIP-TV cut of Gamera vs. Barugon with improved color and sharpness. It's generally considered one of the better entries in the series.Gamera vs. BarugonFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaGamera vs. BarugonTheatrical posterDirected byShigeo TanakaProduced byMasaichi NagataWritten byNisan TakahashiStarringKōjirō HongōKyōko EnamiMusic byChūji KinoshitaCinematographyMichio TakahashiEditing byTatsuji NakashizuStudioDaiei FilmDistributed byDaiei Film (Japan)AIP-TV (USA)Release dat...
Keywords: Gamera; Barugon; Daiei; Japanese; Kaiju; AIP; American International; Shigeo Tanaka; Kojiro Hongo
|The Lost Zeppelin - John M Stahl|
An early sound film adventure/melodrama in which a dirigible expedition to the South Pole is complecated by a love triangle. Surprisingly good production values and visual FX for a Tiffany production. However the audio FX are very primitive. Directed by Edward Sloman. Released in 1929. Complete print
Keywords: dramas; melodramas; adventures; USN; dirigibles; Conway Tearle; Virginia Valli; Ricardo Cortez
Downloads: 1,199 (1 review)
|Haunted House - William T Lackey|
A murder mystery/adventure costarring Marcia Mae Jones and Jackie Moran who were paired in a number of Monogram youth films including "The Gang's All Here" (1941) which is available here at IA. Incidentally, there is no haunted house in "Haunted House." Directed by Robert McGowan Released in 1940 a.k.a. "The Blake Murder Mystery" (UK) CAST NOTE: Jackie Moran played Buddy Wade in the popular Universal Pictures serial "Buck Rogers."
Keywords: mysteries; murder mysteries; teenagers; Marcia Mae Jones; Jackie Moran; George Cleveland
|Eight Witnesses. - Gene Martel|
A cold war suspense drama costarring Dennis Price and Peggy Ann Garner. This is a TV movie filmed in West Germany by a German production company, and with a mostly German supporting cast. The opening and closing scenes appear to have been shot separately and added later, possibly for its US release. The most interesting aspect of this film is the peculiar nature of its production. Directed by Lawrence Huntington Released in 1954 CAST NOTE: Dennis Price is probably best known for starring in the ...
Keywords: suspense dramas; cold war; Dennis Price; Peggy Ann Garner
|Morals for Women - Phil Goldstone|
A pre-code melodrama in which a country girl who has been naughty in wicked New York, returns home to put her life back in order. Big mistake, because her reputation as a party girl had preceded her. Stars Bessie Love who played Paula White in "The Lost World" 1925, which is available here at IA Directed by Mort Blumenstock Released in 1931 a.k.a. "Big City Interlude" & "Farewell Party"
Keywords: dramas; melodramas; pre code; prostitution; Bessie Love; Conway Tearle; John Holland
Downloads: 1,148 (1 review)
|NOTHING SACRED video quality upgrade - David O Selznick|
This print is much sharper and cleaner than the existing IA copy, and it is in the correct aspect ratio. A telling spoof of instant celebrity culture and one of the thirties' great screwball comedies with a cast well suited to its whacky screenplay. Directed by William Wellman. Released in 1937. Complete print.
Keywords: comedies; screwball comedies; Carole Lombard; Fredric March; Charles Winninger; Walter Connolly
|Island of Lost Women - Albert J Cohen|
A farfetched, south seas island, mad scientist adventure. The main attractions are three pretty girls, Venetia Stevenson, Dianne Jergens and June Blair. The mad scientist is Alan Napier, who some will fondly remember as Batman's butler, Alfred, in the '60s TV series. Directed by Frank W Tuttle. Released in 1959. Some missing frames Original release ran 71 minutes. CAST NOTE: Venetia Stevenson is best known for playing the ill-fated Nan Barlow in "Horror Hotel" (a.k.a...
Keywords: adventures; mad scientists; Jeff Richards; Venetia Stevenson; Alan Napier; Dianne Jergens; June Blair
|Hollywood Mystery - Franchon Royer|
This really isn't a mystery. Rather it's a behind the scenes farce about the making of a gangster movie. Directed by R Reeves Eason. Released in 1934. Complete print. a.k.a. "Hollywood Hoodlum"
Keywords: farce; Hollywood; pre code; gangsters; June Clyde; Frank Albertson; Jose Crespo
Downloads: 1,086 (1 review)
|The Hat Box Mystery - Carl K Hittleman|
When the private eye is away, his secretary will play by taking on cases of her own which lead to trouble. A lightweight mystery with more comedy relief than it needs. Directed by Lambert Hillyer. Released in 1947. Complete print (minus a few missing frames)
Keywords: mysteries; private eyes; Tom Neal; Pamela Blake; Allen Jenkins
Downloads: 957 (1 review)
|Blonde Savage - Lionel J Toll|
Yet another poverty row jungle girl adventure to add to your collection. Directed by Steve Sekely. Released in 1947. some missing frames. TRIVIA: A clip from this film is in "It Came From Hollywood" (1982)
Keywords: adventures; jungle girls; Leif Erickson; Gale Sherwood; Veda Ann Borg; Frank Jenks
Downloads: 1,460 (1 review)
|Monster From A Prehistoric Planet|
An improved version of "Monster from a Prehistoric Planet" from AIP-TV aka "Gappa, the Triphibian Monster" (1967). The story bears a strong resemblance to British monster movie, "Gorgo" (1961). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaGappa the Triphibian MonsterJapanese posterDirected byHaruyasu NoguchiProduced byHideo KoiWritten byRyuzo NakanishiGan YamazakiStarringTamio KawajiYôko YamamotoYuji OkadaMusic bySeitaro OmoriCinematographyMuneo UedaEditing byMasanori TsujiiStudioNikkatsu CorporationD...
Keywords: Monster from a Prehistoric Planet; Kaiju; Japanese Science Fiction; Sci-Fi; American International; Nikkatsu; Gappa
|Warning From Space (AIP-TV version 1963)|
This is the AIP-TV version of "Warning from Space" with the Titan soundtrack and greatly improved color and detail, plus no annoying frameline as seen in other public domain versions. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaWarning from SpaceJapanese film posterDirected byKoji ShimaProduced byMasaichi NagataWritten byHideo Oguni (screenplay)Gentaro Nakajima (novel)Jay Cipes (English dialogue)Edward Palmer (English dialogue)StarringKeizo KawasakiToyomi KaritaBin YagasawaShozo NanbuBontarô Miyak...
Keywords: Warning from Space; Japanese Science Fiction; Sci-Fi; Daiei Film; Koji Shima; American International
Downloads: 2,270 (1 review)
|Dragnet Patrol - Ralph M Like|
A Prohibition era melodrama in which, at the instigation of his avaricious wife, an honest fisherman turns to rum running. Keep an eye out for George "Gabby" Hayes in the minor role of a private eye. Directed by Frank R Strayer. Released in 1931. a.k.a. "Love Redeemed"
Keywords: dramas; melodramas; rum running; Glen Tryon; Vera Reynolds; George Hayes
Downloads: 694 (1 review)
|Postmark for Danger - Frank Godwin|
A British mystery/suspense drama which costars Terry Moore. NOTE: This film is in the public domain. The copyright notice at the end refers to content not included here. Directed by Guy Green. UK release 1955. US release 1956. a.k.a. "Portrait of Alison" Complete print (US version)
Keywords: mysteries; suspense dramas; Terry Moore; Robert Beatty; William Sylvester; Geoffrey Keen
|Miss V from Moscow - George M Merrick|
This is likely to be the worst WW2 espionage movie you will ever see. Why is explained in the following review which was lifted from a place whose name is no longer mentioned in polite society: "This isn't the Greatest Generation's World War II. It is an absurd, low-budget attempt at making a spy drama that instead became an unintentional parody. It features a commissar with a Brooklyn-Russian accent; elderly waiters tottering around with secret notes; downed allied flyers having a hilariously g...
Keywords: war dramas; espionage; WW2; Lola Lane; Noel Madison; John Vosper; Hitler (as himself)
Downloads: 891 (2 reviews)
|EAST OF BORNEO video quality upgrade - Carl Laemmie & George Melford|
This print's video quality isn't great. However it is a significant improvement over the other IA copy. An early talkie adventure/melodrama in which a "white" woman it threatened by a lustful "oriental" potentate. Good production values including FX is the most that can be said for this dated film thematically related to lurid pulp novels of the '20s and '30s. Directed by George Melford. Released in 1931...
Keywords: adventures; melodramas; pre code; jungle; Rose Hobart; Charles Bickford; Georges Renavent
Another military themed movie, made during the 2nd World War, so it's a little on the "gung ho" side. This is a little different from the other copy that is available, here. The opening title music has been restored and the hiss, pop, crackle has been cleaned from the audio. There are a lot of familiar faces, including Robert Lowery, who would later play Bruce Wayne/Batman in the "Batman and Robin" serial (1949).
Keywords: William Berke; Robert Lowery; Jean Parker; William Henry; Roscoe Karns; Navy; WW2; recruit; training; World War 2; Adventure; Sharon Douglas; Navy Way; 1944; sailor
Downloads: 1,181 (2 reviews)
|THE LOST WORLD complete & video quality upgrade - Earl Hudson (uncredited)|
This restored and reconstructed version is 8 minutes longer than the other IA copies. The glitch-free print is significently sharper. The landmark fantasy adventure adapted from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's popular novel. Stopmotion animation by Willis O'Brien of "King Kong" fame. Directed by Harry O Hoyt. Released in 1925. Runtime 76 minutes.
Keywords: adventures; fantasies; creature features; dinosaurs; Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; Bessie Love; Lewis Stone; Wallace Beery; LLoyd Hughes
|Shocker Internet Drive In - Week 46: "Sci-Fi Spaghetti" Double Feature|
Hello and welcome back to your favorite scientifically advanced Shocker Internet Drive In! With Spring about to spring, we thought we would things up with some Italian science fiction guaranteed to make you yearn for the good old days of "Star Wars" (or even "Starcrash"). After some wonderful coming attractions and a Road Runner cartoon, we gladly bring you "Cosmos: War of the Planets", an epic of confusion with something to do with an alien threat to Earth...
Keywords: drive in; horror; sci-fi; science fiction; robots; Italian
|THE GREAT RUPERT video quality upgrade. - George Pal|
This glitch-free print is sharper than the existing IA copy, and with a much smaller download file. A charming Christmas fantasy starring Jimmy Durante, with Terry Moore, Tom Drake and others in support. (The Great Rupert is a squirrel.) Directed by Irving Pichel Released in 1950 a.k.a. "A Christmas Wish" (colorized re-edit) Complete print
Keywords: Comedies; fantasies; Christmas; Jimmy Durante; Terry Moore; Tom Drake
Downloads: 668 (1 review)
|The Flaming Signal. - William Berke|
Yeah it's a flaming turkey with bad dialog (much of it ad libbed), awful acting, primitive screenplay, and screwy editing. BUT it also has a wonder dog, a pre-code skinny-dipping blonde - and wait until you see what raises witchdoctor Mischa Auer from the dead! This one ranks high on the must be seen to be believed list. Directed by George Jeske and C Edwards Roberts Released in 1933 Complete print
Keywords: adventures; south seas; pre code; Flash the Dog; Noah Beery; Mischa Auer; Henry Walthall
Downloads: 1,658 (2 reviews)
|THE GOLDEN EYE video quality upgrade - James S Burkett|
This print is much sharper than the existing IA copy. Roland Winters as Charlie Chan uncovers dirty deeds and murder in an Arizona gold mine. Mantan Moreland and Sen Yung are on hand to hold flashlights. Directed by William Beaudine Released in 1948 a.k.a. "Charlie Chan in The Golden Eye" Complete print CAST NOTE: Sen Yung is billed as Victor Sen Young MANTAN MORELAND MOVIES AT IA: https://archive.org/post/1006776/the-mantan-moreland-list-update
Keywords: mysteries; whodunits; Charlie Chan; Roland Winters; Mantan Moreland; Sen Yung; Wanda McKay; Lee Tung Foo
Downloads: 2,147 (1 review)
|Virgin Sacrifice - John F Horn|
A low budget jungle adventure filmed on location in Guatemala. Contains brief topless nudity. Directed by Fernando Wagner. Released in 1959. a.k.a. "Fury of the Jungle" (censored version). Complete print
Keywords: adventures; jungle adventures; David DaLie; Angelica Morales
What is a priest to do when one of his students, within the privacy of the confessional, admits to multiple murders?Benji is the boarding school’s “golden boy,” both in the classroom and on the playing field; Dyson is just the opposite. But they have one thing in common: hatred of their form master, Fr. Goddard.They torment him by falsely confessing to increasingly outrageous sins (knowing that the “seal of confession” forbids Goddard from punishing them and thus revealing what he know...
Keywords: Priest; confession; murder; boarding school; mystery; Richard Burton
|THE WILD WOMEN OF WONGO video quality upgrade. - George R Black|
The women are still wild. The acting is still awful. The plot is still ridiculous. But now you can see it all more clearly and with a much smaller download file. Directed by James L Wolcott. Released in 1958. Filmed in Coral Gables and Silver Springs, FL. Complete print
Keywords: adventures; comedies; exploitation; Florida
|Shocker Internet Drive In - Week 45: "Slice and Dice" Double Feature|
Hello and welcome back to a cold and snowy Shocker Internet Drive In. We realize that most drive in are closed this time of year, but we are happy to present two psycho slashers to get your blood flowing and hearts pumping. First up, after a wonderful "vulture" cartoon and some bloody good coming attractions, we bring you "Savage Weekend"- a nifty little piece concerning a crazed killer taking care of business in a mask (sound familiar?) Second, after a brief intermission "as nature intended", w...
Keywords: horror; psycho; killer; slasher; sci fi; drive in
|49TH PARALLEL video quality upgrade - Michael Powell|
This print is a bit sharper and with a smaller download file than the existing IA copy. In an effort to escape captivity stranded Nazi submariners trek across Canada. One of the notable films of World War 2, which were actually produced during the war. Directed by Michael Powell UK release 1941 US release 1942 complete print
Keywords: action dramas; war dramas; WW2; all-star casts; Laurence Olivier; Glynis Johns; Leslie Howard; Raymond Massey
Downloads: 2,790 (1 review)